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New York, NY
51 to 200 employees
2007
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
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We believe that branding is about identifying the core idea that our clients' business stands for, and making sure that every single touchpoint brings that idea to life, in ways that are meaningful and surprising. So we’ve built a full-service offering ... Read more

Mission: We grow brands people love for companies that are changing how the world works.

We started Red Antler in 2007. Our vision from day one was to apply strategic and creative thinking to propel startups to success. We work with founders who are challenging the ... Read more

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    Former Freelancer - Freelance User Experience Designer in Brooklyn, NY
    Former Freelancer - Freelance User Experience Designer in Brooklyn, NY
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    Pros

    I loved it at Red Antler. I was a freelancer, but there for a long time. These guys are simply the best in the space. I've been to tons of different shops and agencies, and no where else does it better. There are small process kinks here and there, but overall the process is so much tighter here than everywhere else.

    The clients were all great to work with, and there is a decent amount of autonomy there, if you're willing to step up and take charge on projects.

    The people are all great too. There were very few egos, and lots of fun to be had. Everyone I met there was smart, friendly, and great to work with.

    The leadership is awesome, Emily Heyward is the smartest person I've met in a long time and really nails it on the strategy front. On top of that, she' super charismatic and friendly and personally invests a ton of time and energy into each client she works with. The same goes to the other partners, who I know put in a lot of energy and effort into keeping the business high-touch.

    I get asked a lot about what it was like working there, and I consistently say that it was great. They've produced some of the best brands out there and are the best at what they do.

    Cons

    A few process kinks here and there that they're ironing out but still a great process overall.

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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Red Antler in December 2015.

    Interview

    The interview process was easy. I interviewed first with an employee over google hangouts and later with someone in HR over the phone. Both interviews were friendly, casual, and conversational.

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